Face Rock Creamery Ribbon Cutting

The Bandon Chamber of Commerce will host a ribbon cutting ceremony for Face Rock Creamery, Wednesday, May 8th, in Bandon. Join cheese lovers from around the state in celebration of agriculture and industry on the Oregon coast. The ribbon cutting will take place at 1 pm, followed by the grand opening celebration. Face Rock Creamery is at 680 Second Street, on Highway 101, in Bandon.

“Face Rock Creamery is a special addition to the Bandon business community,” said Bandon Chamber of Commerce CEO Julie Miller. “Watching the first milk delivery to the creamery last week was exciting. The Face Rock team is already making cheese, and that’s a product that we’re thrilled to have people identify with Bandon.”

Face Rock Creamery earned Oregon Department of Agriculture approval April 18, and Head Cheese Maker Brad Sinko produced the first batch of Face Rock made cheese curds for a Bandon Rotary club fundraising event April 20. President Greg Drobot, Vice President Daniel Graham and Sinko greeted a packed house of more than 250 Rotary guests who cheered the reveal at the Bandon Community Center. Face Rock Creamery curds, including classic unflavored, jalapeno and garlic; plus fromage blanc, In Your Face Rock Cheddar, garlic cheddar and Monterey jack will be available May 8. The Face Rock retail store also features a selection of Oregon-made artisan cheese and wine.

For more information about the ribbon cutting ceremony, contact the Bandon Chamber of Commerce, 541-347-9616.

This entry was posted on Wednesday, May 8th, 2013 and is filed under Local News, State News.